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  1. I'm not an admin but I did use this feature. It doesn't completely eliminate them but seems to help.
  2. Congratulations to all! Happy for our Southridge kids. 3 of the 5 who made it from our team are underclassmen. Future is bright for the Raiders!
  3. A standup guy wouldn’t have made that post as it served no constructive purpose other than to point out a missed call (which happens all the time) and to diminish what SR accomplished. Sorry if you think that is being too sensitive but I cannot validate that post any other way. Why post it in the first place? OK, I am done.
  4. I stand by my comments as what happened had no bearing on the play and did not give SR an unfair advantage. He did not jump nor did he hold.
  5. I feel sorry for you and the character flaw you're carrying around. Something that had no bearing on the play but you have to get on here and bring it up. I thought the officials did a great job but yes, they missed a few things. Namely a horse collar and a face mask. That's how the game goes. Instead of posting what you did above, why didn't you say "Woodlan lost the game because of their inability to get into the end zone"? You are pathetic.
  6. PAC All Conference

    I think they'll be just fine.........
  7. I totally agree with this. In the 2A game, I didn't think there was a single bad call. They did a great job. You could tell they were very confident on the field and always had control of the game.
  8. PAC All Conference

    Amen! I don’t care if he’s just a sophomore. He was a key contributor on our team and led our team in tackles. He is a stud.
  9. PAC All Conference

    Easy fella! We are just now enjoying this one....lol. We have a great senior class to replace but the cupboard is definitely not bare. We have a nice core coming back and some really good athletes coming up that will be sophomores next year. Go Raiders!
  10. Wow! Haven’t had a chance to comment on the game. Proud of Raider Nation....couple of thoughts about 2A this year. 1.) Mater Dei was very good. 2.) Linton and North Posey were much better than people probably gave them credit for in 2A. 3.). Woodlan was the most athletic team we played this year. 4.). Jayce Harter’s shoulder is fine. Nothing more than a nervous habit. Did you see the Woodlan DB’s we were going up against? They were tremendous. 5.). Raider defense was HUGE! 6.). Our coaches prepared our kids to win this game and they executed. Legendary? Mission accomplished. Way to go Raiders!
  11. That is funny. Back in the day, Luers would have been playing in 5A. LOL.
  12. We're both here for a reason. Both have good players. Really going to come down to who wants it more. Eastbrook was a very good team and Woodlan was able to get the win in exciting fashion. Scecina was a great team too but our defense really met the challenge and we put enough points on the board to win. I know we won by 17 points but I certainly wasn't comfortable until late in the game. Scecina's offense was really good and they could score on any play. Their QB took some brutal hits and kept coming back out. They didn't have anything to hang their heads about. They are really good. Really proud of SR and our guys. Our road to LOS has been (South Spencer, Linton, Mater Dei, Providence, and Indy Scecina). Though the score didn't indicate it, South Spencer and Providence both had playmakers. The other teams we played have reputations that speak for themselves. Really looking forward to the game.
  13. I don’t believe most think of SR as an “up an coming small school”. We’ve been here for years.
  14. Small world. Our (Southridge) QB was on the same 7 on 7 team as Hunter at the Manning Passing Academy down in New Orleans in summer of 2016. Funny story, they all decided since Hunter was the big time recruit of the group, he could be the first QB of their first game of the competition. Hunter threw a pick 6 on his first throw. Their team did go on to win the game and every other game they played at the camp. Jayce said he was a great guy.... As far as the game goes, we've got great coaches with a lot of experience. I love our coaches. But ultimately, it's the play on the field that matters. Should be a great game. I'm sure both teams will be ready to go.